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JDBC driver pausing between tranactions

A few weeks ago, a JDBC driver started processing slower and often queues up. Tracing shows that the biggest pause is in between transactions. It is about a one second delay:

[02/26/16 15:20:00.334]:IDV2PSHR ST:End transaction.
[02/26/16 15:20:01.391]:IDV2PSHR ST:Start transaction.

[02/26/16 15:20:01.484]:IDV2PSHR ST:End transaction.
[02/26/16 15:20:02.897]:IDV2PSHR ST:Start transaction.

[02/26/16 15:20:03.990]:IDV2PSHR ST:End transaction.
[02/26/16 15:20:05.011]:IDV2PSHR ST:Start transaction.

Once the transaction kicks off, it is fast. But why the one second delay between transactions?

IDM: 4.5.1
eDir: 8.8.8.5
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Re: JDBC driver pausing between tranactions

Check out Bug# 945894 which sounds like your issue. Open an SR and
mention it (SR should be refunded as it is a known bug with no fix yet) to
get help directly from engineering.

This appear to be related to the state files maintained by the shim, so
using an older version of the shim, or the engine, providing mapdb may
help you.

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Re: JDBC driver pausing between tranactions


Do you know what version of the shim we need to backrev to? 4.0.1.0,
4.0.0.1, or all the way to 3.6?


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Re: JDBC driver pausing between tranactions

hollingsworthba <hollingsworthba@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
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Do you know what version of the shim we need to backrev to? 4.0.1.0,
4.0.0.1, or all the way to 3.6?

Isn't this mentioned in the bugs fixed list for each version?

The switch happened very recently so back one revision is likely
sufficient.

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